Looking for a place to stay in Portbou? Then look no further than Hotel Comodoro, a budget friendly hotel that brings the best of Portbou to your doorstep.
Hotel Comodoro features baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Hotel Comodoro, there is paid private parking available on-site.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Spanish restaurants, including Restaurante Passatges, Bar restaurante Riky, and gastro bar passa la Veu, all of which are a short distance from Hotel Comodoro.
Looking for something to do in Portbou? Walter Benjamin Memorial (0.2 mi) and Església de Santa Maria. (0.1 mi) are some popular attractions that are within walking distance of Hotel Comodoro.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Comodoro as you experience everything Portbou has to offer.
Nice owner, fair room,decent breakfast, but after the extra 6euro fir parking, ended up more expensive than our other stops on either side of the border, and Portbou while a great subject for a film noir,is a depressing place.We travelled around the whole place and cannot truly find a real positive point.if you like Detroit or Dunkirk stop there, otherwise carry on till Collioure or stay in L'escala
My wife and I stayed one night in Portbou, Spain in June 2018. It was an added stop at the last minute, due to the flights into Barcelona being heavy. Arriving at the Portbou train station is a bit of a shock! But after figuring out how to get into town (a little hole in the surrounding wall), you descend a long stairway into a beautiful little town. After getting checked into our hotel and taking a nap, we walked 2 blocks to the water front. We found a little bar and had a beer. Talked with some friendly people and relaxed. Dinner later at another place on the water front was excellent. We very much regret only having one afternoon and evening in Portbou. We plan on returning.
We called into this hotel on the off chance looking fro a room very late at night and were given a very warm welcome by the reception staff. The owner is a prolific artist and the hotel reception is something between a kindergarten and an art gallery! We were shown to our room where we found no less than 11 pieces of artwork; these ranged from landscape to crazy fantasy paintings. The bed was comfortable but the bedside light had no bulb, the loo brush was filthy and blind would not open so we could not open the window. However we were tired and fell asleep quickly. Breakfast was on the terrace and was great - fresh bread, cheese, ham, fruit, pastries all with delicious homemade jam. The town was pretty and although it was low season there were a couple of bars open. Overall I would stay here again in similar circumstances.…
The hotel is very well located in Portbou and it is a very good choice once crossed the border. The price is acceptable, the hotel is clean, Staff are very kind and the breakfast is excellent. The beach and railway station is very near to the hotel.
7 days in hotel, historical landmark, shares plaza with the oilfield museum. FRiday night at dark, live music and dance until 0100, fliminco and salsa on the plaza. Lamb and beer for lunch but Lomo de beefed and a bottle of local wine, watch the chef prepare the steak on live coals. 1/2 block off the main entrance of the hotel. Hotel bar called the Penguin Bar since the oil boom days in the 50's. Ratta Tilly, the upscale seaside community is a 10 minute ride to visit. Rivals anything in S. California at 1/3 cost.